Recruit the Best and Then Invest: How to Ensure Success of New Hires

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Investing in your employees is a great way to build morale and to add value to your organization. Of course, recruiting the best possible candidates is the first step in this strategy. And once you have placed great talent on your team, whether from an internal hire, or an executive search firm, you can take… Read more »

What Do Excellent Candidates Want?

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Good candidates are attracted to a company with a competitive compensation and benefits package. They are also likely to be interested in the location of the company and it’s proximity to their home. It’s common to be interested in a company with good hours and a predictable schedule. These are all very reasonable selling points… Read more »

Emotional Intelligence

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Evaluating a candidate’s emotional intelligence is a vital part of the interview process. It allows you to assess and determine a candidate’s potential for success. Sure, candidates will often be nervous and may not put their true selves forward right away, but an adept hiring manager or recruiter can artfully work around those limitations to… Read more »

Procrastination in Hiring: Is It Costing You Business?

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“It’s not like I need their job. If it takes them a week to respond to a resume like mine for a job of this importance, they’re not the kind of company I want to work for. I move fast and I can already see that my style won’t fit their culture.” This is an… Read more »

Set Yourself up for Success: How to Structure Your Hiring Team

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You need a cohesive team of motivated, passionate professionals in order to ensure the most consistent hiring success. You can’t afford not to. This group is charged with building the future of your organization. Traits of a High-Performing Talent Team The best talent leaders bring a diverse mix of skills and expertise to their roles…. Read more »

Executive Hiring Process: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt Your Hiring Outcomes

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According to research completed by Harvard Business Review, the failure rate of executives coming into new companies can range as high as 30 to 40 percent in the first 18 months. The related costs are staggering. A regular, thoughtful review of your executive hiring process can accelerate and continuously improve results. Dig Deep in Getting… Read more »